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Be

 
chemical symbol, beryllium.

BE

Abbreviation for barium enema.

Be

Symbol for beryllium.

BE

abbr.
1. Bachelor of Education
2. Bachelor of Engineering
3. barium enema
4. bill of exchange
5. Board of Education

BE

Abbreviation for barium enema.

Be

Symbol for beryllium.
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West Mercia Police sealed off Wast Hills Lane in Hopwood, where Mr Arshad's fatally wounded body was found, while a team of forensic experts pieced together his last movements.
A letter to Mr Williams from Welsh Ambulance Services Trust (Wast) complaints and investigating officer Catherine Punyer said they "very much regret the distress caused" by the delay and that she had asked for "a full investigation." Mr Williams said: "The public should be told about the delays.